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New homes in Worksop
The historic market town of Worksop is located in Nottinghamshire and dates back to Anglo Saxon times. Today, it's a thriving community with lots of great amenities and transport links around the region.
Our developments in Worksop are ideal for those looking for new homes in and around this popular area of Nottinghamshire. Start your journey on the road to homeownership today.
Find your home in Worksop
From historical buildings dating back to the 1100s to a cluster of high street shops in the heart of the town and a regular market, Worksop has a lot to offer.
The Augustinian Priory of St Cuthbert and St Mary are historical landmarks built in the 12th century and are popular heritage sites where you can discover the town’s past.
There’s also plenty of open spaces and nearby villages to visit, from the Nottinghamshire countryside to quaint places like Creswell, a former mining village located in the Bolsover district of Derbyshire.
Dine out in the many restaurants, cafes and pubs in Worksop. The Olive Grove is a Meditteranean restaurant popular with locals, and The White Lion is a cosy local pub serving up globally-inspired British dishes and a tasty Sunday roast.
Whether you’re having a few drinks in a local pub or bar or looking for a late-night out, there are plenty of places to socialise in Worksop. If dancing the night away if your kind of thing, head to Yates, or for a fun night of karaoke, head to The Unicorn.
Enjoy a scenic stroll or wander around the many open spaces in and around Worksop. Rother Valley Country Park has canoeing, fishing and waterski activities, plus a nature reserve park to explore. Then there’s Graves Park with its 248 acres of space and an animal farm.
Help to Buy: Equity Loan
The city of Worksop has a population of more than 41,000 and is a popular place to live with professionals and young families. Using the Help to Buy: Equity Loan, you can move into your dream home in Worksop.
Help to Buy: Equity Loan is a government-backed scheme enabling first-time buyers to get the keys to a new-build home. You only need a deposit of 5%, with the government providing an equity loan of up to 20% of the purchase price. The remaining 75% is covered by a mortgage. Subject to eligibility, terms and conditions.
You must buy your home from a homebuilder registered for Help to Buy: Equity Loan. After selecting the plot of your choice, you’ll pay a £200 reservation fee at which point you will receive free mortgage advice. A specialist will then help you through your application.
You only need a 5% minimum deposit to buy your home in Worksop with the Help to Buy: Equity Loan. The government then provides an equity loan of up to 20%.
You don’t pay interest on a Help to Buy: Equity Loan for the first five years. You start to pay interest in year six, on the equity loan amount you borrowed. You can repay all or part of your equity loan at any time – a part-payment must be at least 10% of your home’s worth at the time of repayment.